Play of the Day: The Newest Midterm Debate Strategy
Running against the president works for both parties.
What's a candidate to do when the polls are unfavorable and the elections are looming ever closer? Attack the man currently serving in the White House, of course. Dissociating one's beliefs from President Obama is the latest action plan that Democrats and Republicans alike are using in midterm debates, with varying degrees of success.
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